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Remember the Sterling Trucks? Sterling Truck Corporation made its new debut in "1997," when "Freightliner acquired the rights to the heavy-truck product lines of Ford Motor Company," as found on Wikipedia. With its brief 11 years of production, the final truck came off the production lines in 2009.
On Transport Topics, the main reason of ceasing the production for Sterling Class 5-8 trucks was giving room to Freightliner and Western Star models. Both brands were capable of adopting every application the Sterling trucks offered.
Here are some dated discussions regarding the likes and dislikes of the Sterling trucks, as found on AgTalk. Some people liked these trucks.
Of course, there are some negative thoughts regarding the Sterling trucks. Our highly-skilled technicians have refurbished a few of the Sterling LT9500 with miles left to do some great local work.
Call to find out more about these simple trucks or the others that have been refurbished and ready to put your company name and emblem on them. We have a good inventory of high-quality, refurbished daycab tractors, heavy spec cab and chassis, and other vocational trucks.
If your application requires customization, we are known across the country for our exceptional frame shop. You are always welcome to come see what we can do to turn an old, dependable truck to look like new.
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